German cable operator association Deutsche Netzmarketing (DNMG) is stepping up the pressure on public broadcaster ARD in the dispute over payments for cable distribution after reaching a settlement with ZDF.
ZDF and DNMG settle cable carriage fee dispute
German public broadcaster ZDF and cable operator association Deutsche Netzmarketing (DNMG) have settled their dispute over carriage fees and concluded a long-term agreement on the cable distribution of ZDF’s services.
Tele Columbus and ARD reach carriage agreement
German cable operator Tele Columbus has concluded a new carriage contract with public broadcaster ARD.
NetCologne and ZDF settle carriage fee dispute
German cable operator NetCologne and public broadcaster ZDF have settled their long-standing legal dispute over the payment of carriage fees for the cable distribution of ZDF channels.
Tele Columbus and ARTE settle cable dispute
Germany’s second largest cable operator Tele Columbus and ARTE have settled their legal dispute over the conditions of the cable carriage of the European cultural channel and agreed on a […]
Vodafone and ARTE settle carriage fee dispute
Vodafone Deutschland and ARTE have settled their legal dispute about carriage fees on the German cable network and agreed on a long-term partnership.
Vodafone and Deutschlandradio settle cable carriage dispute
The channels of German public radio broadcaster Deutschlandradio will return to the former cable network of Unitymedia in early 2020.
Vodafone/Liberty Global cable deal likely to go through
Vodafone can breathe a sigh of relief: The EU Commission’s concerns about the takeover of large parts of Liberty Global’s cable business in Europe are apparently smaller than expected.
Unitymedia to change cable line-up / New carriage fee dispute
German cable operator Unitymedia will perform several changes to its TV and radio line-up including a controversial move on January 22, 2019.
Unitymedia continues DOCSIS 3.1 rollout / CEO interview
German cable operator Unitymedia aims to provide over 1.3 million households with its DOCSIS 3.1-based 1Gbps high-speed internet access by the end of 2018, CEO Winni Rapp told Broadband TV […]